The Wolf Siren by Karen Whiddon #Review

Title: The Wolf Siren

Author: Karen Whiddon

Series: The Pack #15

Publisher: Harlequin

Source: With thanks from Netgalley and publisher

Release Date:  April 2014

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The Synopsis

When a werewolf and the beautiful siren he once saved meet again, resistance is futile…

As Pack Protector, Kane McGraw never gets involved with the victims he saves. But Lilly Gideon may be the one exception. She has intrigued him ever since he helped free her from a religious compound called Sanctuary. So when he learns that she’s still in danger, he can’t stay away—not even if it means exposing Lilly to the fanatics she’s trying to escape.

Years of psychological torture have left Lilly without the ability to control her shifter nature. Any man she touches is driven mad by an all-consuming desire. Though she wants Kane more than any man, she’s forced to deny him the release they most crave. That is, until he decides it’s time to take matters—and her—into his own hands….

My Thoughts





Although This is book Number 15 in a series, I have only ever read a few of the previous books.  The Wolf Siren picks up after Lilly Gideon is saved from her deranged father and cult leader that held her captive for years and studied and tortured her.

Lilly is broken, currently living with her brother and his new bride, Lilly is terrified of everything and when her brother finds out that the surviving members of the cult is trying to kill Lilly he contacts Pack protector and friend Kane to guard her. Kane decides that it is not safe for her with her brother and convinces everyone to let him take her away so he can protect her and hide her better.

Lilly is a beautiful and realistic character she melts your heart with her softness and you just want to cuddle her and tell her to be strong, after years of abuse she is once again in the hands of a stranger, but after time Kane breaks down Lilly’s barriers and starts to help her put herself back together.

I love how this book is a sweet romance but also manages to be an action packed story as well that manages to keep you on the edge of your seat.

I have had no trouble reading these books in my own order as  I find them, so it is possible to start reading from this book, you still can easily put together the overall story-line with the book being mostly concerned with the new characters of Kane and Lilly.

I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys shifter stories and eventually I am hoping to get my hands on all the previous books so I can catch up.




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